Latest release by Toronto's electronic-pop trio, Bleep, is a collection of five pessimistic pop songs spiced up with leftist political ideas and a healthy dose of artsy pretensions.
More than in their previous release, Bleep explore dynamic and lyrical contrasts in their music... from digital noise and analogue distortion to soft hums and ethereal melodies... from bass-heavy dancehall beats to ambient soundscapes... from profound to naive, from globally political to intimately personal, from live trumpet to screechy synths...
This whole release was recorded in Bleep's bedroom, mixed in the kitchen and mastered in the loo. Hope you like it.
All songs brought to you by Bleep.
Cover photography by Damir Olejar.
Thanks to Wally, Damir, Jenn, Joe, Cindy, Socky and Shmoyko.
Produced in Toronto, Canada, July 2004.
Contact Bleep or see what we look like at www.bleeptunes.com
Reviewer:simon c -
August 10, 2004 Subject:
Really, really good female-vocal electronica.
Quite a change of pace for the often quirky Comfort Stand, this is dense electronica with a gorgeous sheen and a beautiful atmosphere. Go grab it.